Indian communist leaders participate in Chinese Embassy event for CCP centenary

Editor’s comments

  • The patriots should question the political leaders who participated in the programmes of the enemy’s Embassy !
  • History says that Communists in India have always assisted China in anti-national activities. Hence it is not at all a matter of surprise that their leaders participate like this ! The Government should think of banning such political parties !

New Delhi – On 28th July, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury, Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja, Lok Sabha MP S Senthilkumar G Devarajan, Secretary, Central Committee of All India Forward Bloc & Du Xiaolin, Counselor, International Dept, Chinese Communist Party (CPC) participated in an event organised by the Chinese Embassy to mark 100 years of the Communist Party of China.

The participation of the Communist leaders comes at a time when India and China are watching each other over the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and the Indo-Pacific region.

During the keynote speech by Ambassador Sun Weidong, several topics related to the India-China relationship were talked about. Du Xiaolin claimed that China had helped India at a large scale in fighting the pandemic. He also alleged that the workers at Chinese companies worked overtime to meet the procurement needs India had to fight the Wuhan virus.

The Chinese envoy chose the platform to place its stand on Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, where troops of both the countries clashed in June last year, leading to casualties on both sides. “The rights and wrongs of what happened in the China-India border area last year are very clear. China has made clear its position on many occasions. The two sides have maintained communication through diplomatic and military channels”, Chinese Ambassador Sun said. (China has always meant to convey that it is right and India is at fault ! The envoy has again tried to fool and mislead the Indian leaders. – Editor)

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“Heightening differences does not help solve problems and only erodes the basis of mutual trust. We must place the border issue in an appropriate position and seek a fair and mutually acceptable solution through dialogue and consultations. Both sides should jointly maintain peace and tranquillity”, Sun added. (Who will believe in the words of the devious Chinese ? – Editor)